Massachusetts

MIT Building E52

MIT Building E52 is an Art Deco limestone building dating back to 1938. It was originally built for Lever Brothers and became the MIT Sloan School of Management in the 1950’s. Beyer Blinder Bell Architects was hired to complete the renovation and add a new addition. D/2 was specified to clean biological growth from the limestone facade.

Burial Hill

On the National Register of Historic Places, Burial Hill in Plymouth, MA, is one of the oldest European cemeteries in America. Many of the original Mayflower Pilgrims are buried here including the first governor, William Bradford and Church Elder, William Brewster.

The project will span four years to be completed prior to the 400th Anniversary in 2020. The work includes conservation and cleaning of more than 2,269 historic stones. D/2 Biological Solution is the specified cleaner.